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A WORLD OF CHEESE

A WORLD OF CHEESE

CHEESE IS GENERALLY DIVIDED INTO SIX DIFFERENT FAMILIES, BASED PRIMARILY ON PRODUCTION METHOD AS WELL AS APPEARANCE, AROMA AND TASTE.

Hard Cheese

Hard Cheese

The family of hard cheeses include Parmesan, Pecorino, Manchego & Grana-Padano.

Hard Cheese
Semi Hard Cheese

Semi Hard Cheese

Semi-hard cheeses include all-time favorites like Cheddar, Gouda, Havarti & Gruyere

Semi Hard Cheese
Blue Mould Cheese

Blue Mould Cheese

From mild to bold, blue cheeses include Gorgonzola, Stilton, Roquefort & Danish Blue.

Blue Mould Cheese
White Mould Cheese

White Mould Cheese

A cast of great diversity with Brie, Camembert and Double Crème White.

White Mould Cheese
Fresh Cheese

Fresh Cheese

Cream cheese, Feta, Mozzarella & Burrata seduce with softness and mild flavours.

Fresh Cheese
Goat Cheese

Goat Cheese

Among versatile classics with intense flavours you'll find Chèvre, Goat Brie & Blue Goat cheese.

Goat Cheese
All you need to know about cheese

Curious about the world of cheese? Here's everything you need to know about how to store, serve and cut cheese!

How to freeze cheese

How to freeze cheese

A guide to freezing and thawing cheese.

How to freeze cheese
How to store cheese

How to store cheese

How do you store your cheese – and what are the signs that the cheese has gone bad?

How to store cheese
Cheese Knife Guide

Cheese Knife Guide

This guide shows you what cheeses knives to choose for different types of cheeses

Cheese Knife Guide
How to cut cheese

How to cut cheese

Your cheese consists of several layers of flavour and the taste may differ based on how you cut the cheese

How to cut cheese
How much cheese to serve

How much cheese to serve

Don’t know how much cheese to serve? Here’s a simple guide for all meals.

How much cheese to serve
Drink Pairing Guides

Not really sure what to serve with your cheese? Lucky for you, cheese is a great match for a lot of different drink types - how about a dark stout, a G&T or a fruity and sweet white wine? Explore our guides and find the perfect choice of drink for your next party!

How to pair Cocktails & Cheese

How to pair Cocktails & Cheese

Cocktails elevate any moment to a memorable occasion. With the wide variety of cocktail types and flavors, there is a drink that can be tailored perfectly to match your cheese board.

How to pair Cocktails & Cheese
How to pair White wine & Cheese

How to pair White wine & Cheese

White wine is close to being the perfect match for cheese – and generally pairs better than red wine. The freshness of the white wine, the perfumed notes and the combination of sweetness and acidity suit many cheeses.

How to pair White wine & Cheese
How to pair Beer & Cheese

How to pair Beer & Cheese

Beer goes surprisingly well with cheese – better, sometimes, than with wine, according to many. Beer’s freshness, carbonation and complex taste notes make it perfect for serving with a cheese platter.

How to pair Beer & Cheese
How to pair Red Wine & Cheese

How to pair Red Wine & Cheese

Before popping open that expensive bottle of red wine for your cheese board, check out these tips for what red wine to serve with cheese.

How to pair Red Wine & Cheese
How to pair Champagne & Cheese

How to pair Champagne & Cheese

Sparkling wines like champagne and prosecco aren’t just festive – they also go extremely well with cheese.

How to pair Champagne & Cheese